I was approached by ‘In the Book’ to see if I would like to feature their Literature tube map and after taking a peek I couldn’t refuse.
Its a simple but interesting idea which showcases London’s diverse literacy history.
The literature tube map is an alternative tube map of London. Each station is replaced with the title of a London-based book that is set there.
The map includes Harry Potter boarding his train to Hogwarts at Kings cross as well as Mary Poppins flying into the Bank’s home just off the central line.
Charles Dickens regarded as one of the greatest authors of the Victorian era has a total of seven novels featured.
The idea is simple but works well and is a great way to discover some new London based novels.
You can see the map at: